- to collect a debt from (the person primarily liable) before proceeding against the person secondarily liable.
- to execute against the movable property of (a debtor) before proceeding against the debtor's immovable property, as land.
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That is because crowd marketing content looks exactly like content from a real user who shares an opinion about the product or service, gives advice and wants to discuss it with peers.Crowd Marketing: Fears, perks and a comprehensive Guide|Sponsored Content: Natural Links|November 20, 2020|Search Engine Land
At LaGuardia, the NYC Test & Trace Corps said it will “call to discuss health monitoring, ask about your recent contacts and offer resources to safely separate, such as a free hotel room.”Here’s what you need to know about getting a coronavirus test at the airport|Andrea Sachs|November 12, 2020|Washington Post
We’ll discuss the opportunities that investors see in backing companies looking down at Earth and what’s ahead for the industry.Come hear about the opportunities in space observation at TC Sessions: Space|Jonathan Shieber|November 12, 2020|TechCrunch
Recently, Caballero-Gill and her son’s teacher had a virtual one-on-one meeting to discuss how they could work more collaboratively.Distance learning is straining parent-teacher relationships|Ashley Fetters|November 12, 2020|Washington Post
In this installment of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, the crew reviews the unresolved races in the 2020 election and discusses how the two parties are reacting to the results.
She also affirmed that the limitation of armaments desired by President Wilson was "discussable."
But the decisive and discussable form of this is well summed up in that phrase about the health adviser of society.Eugenics and Other Evils|G. K. Chesterton
You speak of it as a discussable thing—it's the cream of your letter.The Letters of Henry James, Vol. II|Henry James
She declined to treat any question of Milly's own "paying" power as discussable; that Milly would pay a hundred per cent.The Wings of the Dove, Volume 1 of 2|Henry James